Multiple Grammy Award Winner Set to Perform in Brampton
Two words: oh, Sandy!
International celebrity and multiple Grammy Award winner Olivia Newton-John will indeed be performing in Brampton this year. Though she won’t be performing the entirety of Grease onstage (we can dream!), she will be singing alongside Grammy nominee Beth Nielsen Chapman and SOCAN Award winner Amy Sky.
The dynamic three ladies are set to perform 11 newly recorded songs from their new album LIV ON at the Rose Theatre on Thursday, October 19, 2017, at 8 p.m.
If you’re looking for something to do on a Thursday night, a way to unwind, a show after dinner, or perhaps a ladies night out, this performance is a great option.
Newton-John is continuing with the LIV ON tour as she battles breast cancer. The tour has already made several stops across America, including in Indiana, Illinois, and Missouri.
According to the Rose Theatre, it’s going to be a “one-of-a-kind performance” where “the audience will walk the path of joy, laughter and inspiration, finding amazement at the kinship generated by the experience.”
What’s more - Newton-John, Chapman, and Sky will perform some of their own and each other’s best-known songs! So, perhaps we will hear Newton-John’s “Hopelessly Devoted to You” that night.
Brampton will be the 18th stop on the trio’s tour, and they’re headed here after a performance in Burlington on October 18.
Even if there is no Grease reunion this time around, it’s bound to be a touching show.
Tickets range from $65-$85, and you can buy them here.
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